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, Gilbert further explores the topic of creativity through her debut podcast, offering her own insights alongside those of her guests (most recently, fellow author Brené Brown).If you want to end the year on a high note and start 2016 with loads of motivation—or simply get yourself out of a rut—Magic Lessons will get you excited about your own potential.It's the perfect blend of interesting and educating.—Gyan Yankovich Host Alix Mc Alpine uses hilariously self-aware accounts of her own first dates as a means to explore the ever-confusing world of dating the internet age.Bonus points for the most soothing podcast voice in the game.—Ciera Velarde This podcast interviews various women in the food industry from food stylists to big names such as Ina Garten about their careers.

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